Issue 36 of Lights Go Out is now available to order from us here: http://www.lightsgoout.co.uk/?product=lights-go-out-issue-36
Cheers to all who support this zine, much love!
Yes it’s true! Issue 36 is actually finished and off to the printers tomorrow! It’s a cracker of an issue we have to admit with the likes of Paranoid Visions, Mike TV, The Hoosiers, The SoapGirls, The Seasons In Shorthand, Perfect Day Zine, Tindall, Downers, Speaking In Shadows and Coasters all getting the interview treatment. There are of course the standard zine essentials likes music reviews, gig reviews, zine reviews and columns as well.
Huge thanks to the stupidly talented Dave Millsopp for the front cover, looks so good!
We’ll get the pre-order link up sometime next week as well for you to go fill your boots….
Hailing from NYC, soon-to-be-known everywhere, Caverns is a progressive psychedelic melodic rock band pushing tons of harmonies and layers atop multifaceted scripts. Roya caught up with them before they played a Marc Jacobs show recently. You can check this out on the site now here:
Caverns Interview – HERE
Update….we are currently trying to get Issue 36 all finished off by the end of next week to go to the printers for an early November release. Keep your fingers crossed, cause we are!
The SoapGirls are not your typical popstars. Having previously been signed up to Universal Music they’re now doing things on their own, pushing a DIY ethic and taking no prisoners along the way. It’s pop mixed with punk rock with grunge and more. Currently on tour over here in the UK promoting their album “Calls For Rebellion” this South African due consist of Mille and Mie. We were able to throw a few questions their way about well, lots of stuff and here’s what the pair had to say…you can check it on the site now here: The SoapGirls Interview
This will of course run in the next issue as well…which we are working on for this month!
The Hoosiers got some decent chart success back in 2007 with a chart topping album and hit singles in the form of “Goodbye Mr A” and “Worried About Ray”. With their fourth studio album called “The Secret Service” coming out at the start of October and a UK tour, it’s an exciting time for the band. I was able to fire a few questions over to drummer Alan Sharland, which is now on the site for you to check out!
You can read the interview out now on the site here: THE HOOSIERS INTERVIEW